Texas AG Announces Voter Fraud Arrest: Woman Arrested For Illegally Voting Using Dead Person’s Identity
Ken Paxton, the Texas Attorney General put out a voter fraud alert Thursday and announced his election fraud unit has arrested Bernice Annette Garza for using a dead person’s identity to illegally vote in the March 1, 2016, Democratic primary election in Starr County.
Garza was indicted by a grand jury in Hidalgo County and is charged with voter impersonation, illegal voting, and providing false information on an application for an early voting ballot, the Texas Attorney General’s office announced.
It is unclear if Garza is an illegal alien or a non-citizen. Either way, she illegally voted using another person’s identity. This type of voter fraud is rampant, yet the Democrats and their moutpieces in the media call anyone who reports on voter fraud “conspiracy theorists.”
“Mail ballots are inherently insecure. Vote harvesters, who make a living by exploiting vulnerable processes intended to make it easier for people to vote, threaten the viability of the mail ballot system and must be caught and prosecuted,” Attorney General Paxton said. “My office will continue to use everything in its power to prevent voter fraud and restore integrity to the voting process in Texas.”
VOTER FRAUD ARREST: My Election Fraud Unit has arrested Bernice Annette Garza for using a dead person’s (dead for 9 years!) identity to vote illegally in 2016. Many in the media are saying voter fraud isn't real, but the facts are the facts. https://t.co/Xz6fIyIacl
— Ken Paxton (@KenPaxtonTX) February 1, 2019
Last Friday, Texas Secretary of State David Whitley issued an advisory on voter registration list maintenance activity and the analysis revealed tens of thousands of non-citizens are not only registered to vote, but they are voting in elections.
The Texas Secretary of State announced Friday: 95,000 individuals identified by DPS as non-U.S. citizens have a matching voter registration record in Texas, approximately 58,000 of whom have voted in one or more Texas elections.
Voting in an election in which the person knows he or she is not eligible to vote is a second-degree felony in the State of Texas.